Posted by Erin Mclan on January 23, 2012 ·
Remember when BlackBerry had a significant portion of the mobile market in the 1990’s with their flashy PDA and messaging abilities? Then the iPhone hit the market and the touch screen changed the game. Users loved the touchscreen and a lot of other phone makers and operating systems started using that feature. BlackBerry has lost their foothold in the market share these days and as of January [...]
Posted by Admin on September 24, 2011 ·
Few weeks back, HP reduced the price of it webOS based Touchpad tablet by almost 80%. The price reduction brought the price of 16 gb touchpad to $99. But every big retailed went out of stock in few minutes of listing it for sale. If you are one of those lucky ones who were able to grab the touchpad for such low prices but you like Android because of it’s large set of apps available in the market, [...]
Posted by Admin on June 13, 2011 ·
Last Week Apple unveiled iOS 5, it’s next version of Operating system for mobile devices including iPad, iPhone and IPod Touch. The new OS is surely the next step towards bringing better user experience. Some of the common features included in the new version is iMessages (which Google is hard at releasing for Android), newstand, twitter integration etc.
Similarly Microsoft unveiled its next [...]
Posted by Admin on May 26, 2011 ·
RIM’s Blackberry cell phones had been one of the most popular phones among the corporates but things have been changing lately and businesses are trying iPhone and Android devices.Since 2008 RIM has been loosing the market share for iPhone and android devices. Some of the important factors contributing the the success the these new devices against out beloved Blackberry is the app market. As more [...]
Posted by Admin on April 29, 2011 ·
“Year 2010 was the year of tablets,” said Apple CEO Steve Jobs at the event in San Francisco while he unveiled the second generation iPad, the iPad 2. There are been a release of multiple tablets since then and Blackberry Playbook is one of them. Few week back we published a comparision between iPad2, Motorola Xoom, HP TouchPad & Blackberry Playbook.
But now when the Playbook is out in the [...]
Posted by Admin on March 11, 2011 ·
The new model of iPad 2 will hit the stores today March 11 at 5PM, with lot of improvements including a dual core processor, front and back facing HDMI camera and much lighter then before with faster speed and not to mention the price of the device remains the same. This new device will help help in leading the tablet industry further in 2011.
Competitors are having a difficult time matching the price [...]
Posted by Admin on March 7, 2011 ·
Since now iPad 2 has been launched there has been lot of comparisons with other Android tablets in the market. We did a post with a comparison of the Apple’s new iPad 2 with with XOOM, Adam & Samsung. Today we are giving you a comparison of the new tablet with the much demanded Motorola Xoom, HP Touchpad and much awaited Blackberry Playbook.
All the devices other then Blackberry Playbook [...]
Posted by Admin on September 22, 2010 ·
We’ve been hearing the rumors for a while now about RIM (Research in Motion) the blackberry maker working on a secret iPad killer. The recent report from WSJ says that Research In Motion [RIM] could potentially announced its upcoming BlackBerry Tablet —to be called as BlackPad — along with its entirely new operating system built by QNX Software Systems, which RIM acquired earlier this year.
Posted by Admin on August 14, 2010 ·
After bowing down to the pressure from Saudi Arabia, recent reports says that BlackBerry maker RIM has agreed to provide India with tools to read its encrypted data did not come as a surprise to industry watchers yesterday.
India is one of the most lucrative countries for Research In Motion at present and key to the company’s global expansion, said Carmi Levy, an independent technology analyst [...]
Posted by Admin on August 11, 2010 ·
Blackberry is already under the radar of different countries about the messenger and email infrastructure of the company. Facing heat from governments of different countries India joins in and shows signs of blocking blackberry services in the country. Authorities has threatened in the past to ban blackberry if RIM does not give it the access to its secure channels.
Reuters is now reporting that, the [...]